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This Vietnam HR Compliance Guide 2022 covers commonly used labor laws for you to quickly lookup at and provide advice to help you stay away from legal violations and avoid costly penalties.
Adecco Vietnam releases the Q1/2022 labor market update, sharing our insights on recruitment demand and growing trends in this quarter, also advice for both employers and employees to thrive in the new normal.
New research shows that people management executives are moving toward a dual role as data scientists and guardians of change and culture. Chief People Officers are seeing a transformation of their role in three key areas: using data and technology while remaining attuned to fundamentally human concerns; addressing employees’ emotions and wellbeing at work; and attracting skilled employees from more diverse backgrounds.
March 16, 2022, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Adecco Vietnam's latest survey aims to provide insight into leadership changes following the impacts of the pandemic while highlighting employees' expectations of the management team. The findings from this survey can help facilitate a better understanding of leadership in the “new normal” and, ultimately, a better workplace for everyone.
Adecco Vietnam Salary Guide 2022: A bright outlook with more jobs, higher compensations budgets, and more human-centered policies
Adecco Vietnam Salary Guide 2022 provides a detailed picture of current market offerings based on working experiences across key sectors in Hanoi and HCMC. This issue also provides insightful advice for employers and candidates in each industry, as well as updates the latest findings from our survey “Compensation and Benefits Trends in 2022”.
Are you dreading going into the office? Are you often feel burnt out? You can’t leave work at the door? That could be normal job stress, or worse, you’re in a toxic workplace. Take this quiz to find out before wrongly placing the blame on yourself!
Need help in navigating the new normal? Resetting Normal 2021 surveyed 14,800 knowledge-workers across 25 countries to give a clear insight of working practices, behaviours and attitudes towards work. It is an essential read for leaders and companies as they continue to evolve and adapt for the next normal.
Gone are the days when HR was overlooked as an old-fashioned, unexciting department. As the world of work is rapidly shifting into being people-centric, HR is on the way to its glory days.
Great shifts in the perception of work lead to great currents sweeping through the working world. Let’s see what the latest trends are.